Friday, April 19, 2024

Grab installs GCash as payment option for PH users

Mobile wallet firm GCash has partnered with transport and delivery company Grab Philippines to make GCash a payment option in the Grab app.

Photo shows (L-R) GCash chief marketing officer Neil Trinidad; GCash head of commercial sales and operations Luigi Reyes; GCash chief commercial officer Ren-Ren Reyes; GrabFin Philippines president Martha Elaine Borja; head of GrabPay Philippines Cris Alcaraz; and Grab Philippines country marketing head Justine Anne Aruta

Through this partnership, users can choose GCash as their payment method and pay cashless for GrabCar, GrabFood, GrabMart, GrabExpress and other Grab services with just a few taps on their smartphones. Moreover, this partnership enables users to avoid transfer fees which go as high as P50.

“With this partnership, we once again realize our commitment to make the lives of Filipinos better each day by delivering a  more convenient, secure, and cost-efficient way to pay for their rides and food and grocery deliveries. We look forward to this partnership and we will continuously innovate and build more partnerships that will improve the lives of the Filipinos,” Martha Sazon, GCash president and CEO, said.

To make their cashless transactions more convenient and rewarding, customers of Grab also get to avail of GCash exclusive deals, and get special treats when they pay for their transactions using GCash.

“Grab Philippines is dedicated to empowering our stakeholders in a digital-first economy, and key to this is driving a deeper and wider cashless adoption in the country. With more Filipinos transacting via cashless means, we are accelerating our prospects of digital transformation,” Grace Vera Cruz, country head of Grab Philippines said.

“We look forward to collaborating with like-minded partners such as GCash on this agenda, and we are optimistic that through this partnership, we can improve the lives and livelihoods of many of our kababayans, while building a cashless, digital-first economy for all Filipinos.”

Prior to this development, GCash and Grab have already established a strategic collaboration which allowed users to transfer money from their GCash wallet to their GrabPay wallet, and vice-versa.


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